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APC Releases PCC List, new names added, Ngige, other presidential aspirants missing

APC Releases PCC List, new names added, Ngige, other presidential aspirants missing


All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), yesterday finally released the much-awaited comprehensive list of members with notable persons like Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, former Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba and few other presidential aspirants conspicuously missing.

The new list still retained 17 party chieftains as leaders. which comprised President Muhammadu Buhari as chairman, party’s National Chairman, Abdulahi Adamu, presidential and vice presidential candidates, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and Kashim Shettima, Plateau States governor, Simon Lalong, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole among others.


It also has 13 Zonal coordinators, 24 State Coordinators, 20 Advisers, 84 Campaign Patrons, 10 Campaign Council members, seven Directors each in Strategic Communication, Public Affairs, Media and Publicity, Special Media Project, and 48 contact and mobilisation members at directorate cadres.

Interestingly, former governor of Enugu State, Chimaroke Nnamani, surprisingly retained his position in the list despite the controversies that trailed his inclusion in the earlier released list.

Among campaign members include All APC National Assembly members, Federal Executive Council members, former governors and deputy governors who are members of APC, former APC NWC members, all APC serving NEC members, all APC serving Speakers, deputy Speakers and principal officers of State Assemblies. Former Speakers of State Assemblies, candidates of National and State Assemblies, and state chairmen.


Some of those that made the Campaign Council Patrons are chief Bisi Akande, John Oyegun, Olusegun Osoba, Audu Ogbe, Barnabas Gemade, Abu Ibrahim, Babagana Kingibe, Don Eteibet, Yusuf Ali, Tanko Yakassai, Tajudeen Olusi, Pius Akinyelure, Ogbonaya Onu, Yau Darazo, Ameh Ebute, Issac Shahu, Steven Ugbah, Musiliu Smith, Ozichukwu Chuckwu, Ikeobasi Moghalu, Joy Emordi.



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